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"The World Tomorrow: A Journal Looking Toward a Christian World" (name change effective June 1918).
Original title: "The New World: A Monthly Journal of Christian Thought and Practice."
Volume 1 (1918)
Norman Thomas, editor.

Prominent liberal Christian monthly magazine. Includes content by a host of prominent liberals and socialists, including John Haynes Holmes, Oswald Garrison Villard, Norman Thomas, Santeri Nuorteva, Harry Laidler, David Starr Jordan, A.J. Muste, among others.

This file is a broken run, including issues No. 1 (January 1918), No. 3 (March 1918), No. 5 (May 1918), No. 6 (June 1918), No. 10 (October 1918), and No. 12 (December 1918). Total of 176 pages present.

Published in New York City by The Felowship Press.
Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain.
Digitization by Google as part of their Google Books project.
Uploaded to Archive.org on Sept. 20, 2013 by Tim Davenport ("Carrite").
Non-commercial reproduction permitted.


Collection folkscanomy_politics; folkscanomy; additional_collections

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